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know, ken melman who richard and i both know. our friend -- i can't remember -- >> megan mccain. >> i'm so sorry. megan mccain who's out there pushing pro marriage equality positions. as soon as the republican party meets up with the melmans and mccains in their ranks, then they will join the democratic party in terms of being on the right side of history. >> you know, this point that jonathan raises is very important. because, you know, because of the way this case arises, the republicans have their name on this brief. and when -- when the case is argued, the lawyer is going to be the lawyer retained by the house republicans. and, you know, in order to argue this case against same-sex marriage, you have to say a lot of things that sound like you're living in the 1950s. i think that's what the election was about. and that's right where republicans don't want to be. >> jonathan, as you bring up megan mccain and also ken melman, i have an idea. grover norquist, that anti-tax pledge guru, his relevance is probably going to go away if taxes go up. he might want to start a marriage equalit
in the alternate reality when even megan kelly has to say, is that real or are these just things you tell yourself as a republican to make yourself feel better? >> jimmy, to that point, math, i feel like the big triumph of math. who knew math would be one of the big stories of 2012? >> in the building behind us they count -- at least sometimes they count votes, sometimes they don't. the great irony is when it comes to elections, you have to count for the number of people that vote for you and the number of people that vote against you. i don't understand why they can't count. listen, if their number one priority in the country is the fiscal cliff, if it's all about the debt and the deficit and they can count to $16 trillion, you think they would be able to count to 16 million votes but they can't seem to do that. that's an inherent problem. listen, the base of the republican party is dying. old, white people, my ancestors, my family, they're dying. and if you don't expand your base, your base goes away. if you don't do that, they're going to go away as a party. and we just went through all the thi
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." >>> joining me today bloomberg business week editor josh tierengel and daily beast special correspondent megan mccartel, author of "thanksgiving, how to cook it well" and, of course, national editor of the "new york times" sam sifton, and author of the new ebook, the end of the line, politico senior white house reporter the man usually with the hat glen thrush. today is the biggest delivery day of the year. an estimated 28 million packages. unfortunately, none of those deliveries are expected to be a deal on the fiscal cliff. from president obama or speaker boehner. the two have not spoken since monday. instead this evening republicans will be voting on boehner's plan b, which they have attached as an amendment to a law rejecting trade with burma. that original bill was passed in response to a hard line ber meez government with a history of entransigence. the burm ease has nothing to do -- in an amendment to make ate a hard line party with a history of intransigence. >> the house will pass ledges lakes to make permanent tax relief for nearly every american. 99.81% of the american people. >> ev
megan kelly, go. >> she found a way to destroy the moment. she needed help getting down three stairs. she's like i'm a feeble woman in heels, please help me. i was waiting for karl rove to lose it like a real housewife stripped down naked and scream jiha jihad. >> i would have loved to hear it. >> everybody's head explodes and fox news goes black. >> it did feel like there was a fair bit of implosion going on. it was odd to watch the republicans we often thought of as crafty, maybe scary, but not just implod iing. for me, it was mitt romney saying he was going to fire big bird. we have to remind ourselves of that. >> i'm sorry, i'm going to stop the subsidy to pbs. i like pbs. i like big bird. i actually like you, too. i'm not going borrow money from china to pay for it. >> sad. no more big bird. >> that happened. >> that's mitt romney. the whole election we get watching it. the whole time we watch mitt romney do these things where you go common says you can't do that. a side note, why was he moderating at the time? i felt like he didn't want to be there. they kidnapped his daughter
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